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Disney+ just launched yesterday, but it doesn't have every big Disney, Marvel, or Star Wars movie available for streaming right away. So when will the streamer get big movies like Black Panther, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Avengers: Infinity War, Solo, Incredibles 2, Coco, etc.? The answers are below!
• Thor: Ragnarok - Thursday, December 5, 2019
• Black Panther - March 4, 2020
• Avengers: Infinity War - June 25, 2020
• Ant-Man and the Wasp - July 29, 2020
Star Wars Movies
• Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 26, 2019
• Solo: A Star Wars Story - July 9, 2020
• Coco - November 29, 2019
• Incredibles 2 - July 30, 2020
• Bedtime Stories - March 5, 2020
• A Wrinkle in Time - March 25, 2020
• The Pirate Fairy - June 15, 2020
• Tarzan - June 23, 2020
• Tarzan II - June 23, 2020
• Christopher Robin - September 5, 2020
• The Nutcracker and the Four Realms - November 28 - 2020
• Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - December 2, 2020
• Ralph Breaks the Internet - December 11, 2020
• Mary Poppins Returns - January 9, 2021
• Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast - May 17, 2021
Disney+ has all of those movies (and more) listed with notes reading "Due to existing agreements this title will be available on [such-and-such date]." It probably won't surprise you to hear almost all of the titles above are currently on Netflix, and that's clearly the "existing agreement" preventing the movies from coming to Disney+ sooner.
(Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is the only one not currently on Netflix right now.)
It's a shame that Disney+ can't have Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi until December 26, 2019, since Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker arrives in theaters on December 20. I'm sure Star Wars fans would love to stream the entire Skywalker Saga -- which has its own cool collection page on Disney+ -- before seeing The Rise of Skywalker, but they'll have to wait on The Last Jedi. (They'll also have to re-debate the Han/Greedo scene in A New Hope, which was changed again.)
It's also a shame Disney+ won't have Avengers: Infinity War for another seven months, since it did make Avengers: Endgame available on day one. The four titles above are the only MCU movies not yet on Disney+ -- except Tom Holland's two Spider-Man movies to date, since they are also Sony movies. Don't expect the Spider-Man movies to show up on Disney+ anytime soon.
Disney+ does already have a ton of options available, though, including some classic TV shows we weren't expecting.
If you are still on the fence about trying Disney+ -- or you were waiting for some of the day-one technical kinks to be worked out -- you can use this link to sign up for a free 7-day trial.
Which new movie are you most interested in watching when it arrives on Disney+? Have you searched for any other movies not yet available on the streamer?